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The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
February 3, 1859, Page 3
 
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Cass Sheriff’s Sales For March, 1859

On the first Tuesday in March next, within the legal hours of sale, before the court house door in the town of Cassville, the following property will be sold [Only slave sales transcribed]:

Two negroes—Bill, 45 years old, and Green, 17 years old; property of John M. Dobbs; fi fas in favor of Courtney & Tenant, and others.

Also, one negro woman, Maria; property of Wm. P. Hammond; fi fas in favor of Wiley, Banks & Co., and others.

Also, one negro woman, about 28 years old, and her two children, 7 and 9 years old; property of James R. McNeese; fi fa in favor of A. Worley & S. M. Bailey.

Also, one negro boy, George, 26 years old; one negro woman, Gincy, 30 years old—property of John W. Clayton; also 40 bags of cotton, more or less, one negro boy, John, 25 years old—property of Stephen Glazener; fi fa in favor of Caldwell, Blakely & Co.

Also, a negro man by the name of George, 30 or 35 years of age, and one negro man by the name of Phillip, 50 or 55 years of age; also a remnant of dry goods, consisting of many articles too tedious to mention—property of J. D. Terrell; fi fas in favor of Force Conly and others.

Also, one negro man by the name of Spencer, 50 or 55 years old—property of Alison Nelson, fi fa in favor of M. Whitfield.

 

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